Just west of Salt Pond Bay, this rocky (cobblestone) beach is secluded and private. In early 2016, private landowners blocked access to the beach which was actually found through their land.
There is wonderful snorkeling off the point where you will see a number of rocks jutting above the waterline. The best spots are about 10′ – 15′ deep so good snorkeling (or diving) skills required. If you are less inclined to dive deep there is still plenty to see along the rocks on either side of the bay.
This is also a great spot to picnic. We have done so and in the middle of our last picnic we heard the sound of ‘thumps’ on the water and looked out to watch whales breaching! They entertained us for several minutes before moving on. What a thrill is was!